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        Am
For the love of god, will you bite your tongue 
Fmaj7
Before we make you swallow it 
     Dm
It's moments like this where silence is golden 
Em
   -And then you speak- 


Am
No one wants to hear you 
Fmaj7
No one wants to see you 
   Dm
So desperate and pathetic 

I'm begging you to spare me 
    Em
The pleasure of your company 

-When did the diamonds leave your bones?- 
Am
I'm burning down every Bridge we make 
Fmaj7
I'll watch you choke on the hearts you break 
Dm
I'm bleeding out every word you said 
Em
Go to hell for heavens sake -2x-

-Go to hell for heavens sake- 
Am
No one wants to hear you -Save your breath- 
Fmaj7
No one wants to see you 
   Dm
So desperate and pathetic 

You think that no one sees this 
  Em
I think it's time you knew the truth 


Am
I'm burning down every Bridge we make 
Fmaj7
I'll watch you choke on the hearts you break 
Dm
I'm bleeding out every word you said 
Em
Go to hell for heavens sake -2x-

When did the diamonds leave your bones
 
Leave your bones 
             Am
You're not a shepherd, you're just a sheep 
            Fmaj7
I'll cut my depths of everyone you meet 
            Dm
You're own flesh with no bones 
                 Em
Feed them to the sharks 

And throw them to the wolfs 


Am
I'm burning down every Bridge we make 
Fmaj7
I'll watch you choke on the hearts you break 
Dm
I'm bleeding out every word you said 
Em
Go to hell for heavens sake


Am
I'm burning down every Bridge we make 
Fmaj7
I'll watch you choke on the hearts you break 
Dm
I'm bleeding out every word you said 
Em
Go to hell for heavens sake 
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5 Comments

  1. Daniel Howell

    This is wonderful on the baritone, fmaj7 is a whole lot easier and it sounds better on a lower instrument since it is a heavy song.

  2. lifes.hopeful.undertone

    Fmaj7 is such a pretty chord but it takes me like a full 30 seconds to get my fingers to stay in place on the frets because they’re so small and it’s saddening

  3. i dont know what to replace it with, but fmaj7 doesn’t sound right for the song, maybe something along the lines of plain F would sounds better

  4. Becca Lipczynski

    I personally like F better than Fmaj7

  5. I panicked at twenty øne discøs

    +5

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